Cloud computing refers to storing and accessing data and programs over the Internet rather than using them from a proprietary hard drive or local storage device.
The actual concept of cloud computing appeared in the 1960s. The name itself comes from the common use of a cloud-shaped symbol from flow charts and diagrams that symbolized the Internet.
Cloud computing is a great choice for anybody looking to reduce IT support services and avoid upfront costs for computing infrastructure such as data servers or hardware.
Moreover, accessing the system from anywhere makes it easy for businesses to expand geographically.
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